Feldberg Capital and DIE MEHRWERTBAUER successfully complete residential property deal in Munich

Frankfurt/Munich, 27 February 2024 – Feldberg Capital GmbH (Feldberg), in a joint venture with DIE MEHRWERTBAUER GmbH (Mehrwertbauer), a Berlin-based investment manager and property developer operating throughout Germany, has acquired a former 4-star hotel in Munich-Sendling. Built in 2002, the property is to be converted for occupation as residential accommodation. 

The project reflects the acquisitive strength of Mehrwertbauer and Feldberg’s strong commitment to sustainable property development. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price, however the total investment volume will be some EUR 20 million. A long-term lease of the building has already been signed with a public sector user. 

Robert Bahr, Head of Investment (Germany) at Feldberg Capital, comments: “We are proud to be part of a project that will not only create commercial added value but also have a positive social impact. With the project in Sendling, Feldberg aims to respond to the increasing demand for new housing, particularly in urban centres like Munich. The transaction is further evidence of our commitment to delivering innovative and sustainable real estate projects that meet the needs of the community.”

The property is situated in the heart of Munich-Sendling, in the area between Harras and Albert-Rosshaupter-Strasse. Its outstanding location guarantees optimal connections to both the Munich ring road and public transport. The central railway station, Marienplatz (city centre), universities and Theresienwiese are all within a 10-minute radius. There is a variety of shops for daily needs within a few minutes’ walk. Additionally, the location enjoys high recreational value, with a number of parks in the immediate vicinity.

The site has an area of around 840 sq m, and the existing building, which is on seven floors plus a basement and underground car park, is in very good condition.  Currently, with 66 rooms and 3,490 sq m lettable area, in a gross floor area of around 4,110 sq m including the underground car park, the property has significant development potential.

Fried Frank, SKW Schwarz and BNP Paribas Real Estate acted as advisors on the transaction.